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"This Is Not The INTEL We All Know" - 8/6/2004 7:37:39 PM   
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The giant has fallen behind in chips for multimedia -- and investors aren't happy

For years, Intel Corp.'s (INTC ) aggressive chip-delivery schedule has been as predictable as, well, Moore's Law. The chipmaker consistently doubled the number of transistors on a processor every two years, just as the man said. Advertisement

Lately, though, Intel's road map -- the delivery schedule it uses to let customers know when new products will hit the market -- has taken as many twists as an Alpine pass. Over the past eight months, Intel has suffered a string of delays and manufacturing snafus. The latest occurred on July 29, when it said a speedy new 4-gigahertz Pentium chip due by yearend would be delayed until 2005. It's enough to make investors grouchy -- and put CEO Craig R. Barrett on edge. "This is not the Intel we all know," he e-mailed employees, "and that is not acceptable."

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RE: "This Is Not The INTEL We All Know" - 8/7/2004 8:05:34 AM   
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Yeah...here are 2 links about it...be my guest and check them out


NEW P4 Socket Type LGA775 (Socket T) Explained

Pentium 5: New Socket 775 Combined With DDR-2

Nice peace of equipment what do You think?


Ohhh...and if just cant wait...and wish to get onboard right away...here are NEW SOCKET 775 MOTHERBOARDS already available... Dont forget to post here about how they work in everyday's use if You decide to buy one


Have a nice day!


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RE: "This Is Not The INTEL We All Know" - 8/7/2004 8:33:43 PM   
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I am Glad that I could help You out. And I totally agree with You about waiting a little bit, so that the prices drop and also until first reviews and user opinions came by...

Have a nice day(or rather night...cause I guess its some 4:35am in Athens now ).

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